Why wait for love?

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 19 april 2016


I Love Clouds by Lonnie Bradley



“Why?” he asked and looked up at the tiny clouds slowly drifting by. “Why am I being deserted again?”

At that moment, his heart grew heavy. He did not understand why she had left him. Why he had lost her.

Then he looked down again, at the trees to the right, and he walked over to the little lake that lay hidden behind them.


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It's okay to be a bit cheeky

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 22 march 2016

Kookaburra No Swimming by Scrapcatz



“It’s okay to be a bit cheeky, Wim”, my girlfriend said to me before she became my girlfriend. And, I can tell you, I badly needed her encouraging words. For, it was with trembling knees and a pounding heart that I knocked on her door in the beginning. Fortunately for me, because by listening to my heart instead of to my fears, she is now my girlfriend.


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Magari

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 9 february 2016

Capri by John Rosegort


“Magari,” he sighed wistfully as he sat on the cliff overlooking the bay.

Instantly, the wind began to stir. She whipped the waves to a frenzy, driving them towards the beach where they would have rolled on to anyway, albeit faster now.

If only I could, he wondered.

“Oh, but you can,” replied the wind.

Then, the wind settled, letting the waves rest a little in the warm afternoon sun.


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Thou shalt enjoy

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 12 january 2016


Australian Beach by Damien King



“Don’t take it seriously, dad,” my eldest son said to me, when we were playing Monopoly along with my girlfriend a while ago. Every time my sons make remarks like that, I become alert. Sure, I knew he meant it literally, he was telling me not to be absorbed by the game. Still, this remark had a deeper meaning to it, and a few days later it dawned on me what he really meant. Whether or not he was aware of this, he meant that I could simply enjoy the game and our get-together.


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In the prime of life

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on monday 7 december 2015

Pioenroos door Monique Mensink



There is a place where nothing exists, and from which everything comes into existence. Here, everything is present, everything has already been created. Here lies the essence, waiting to be shaped as we desire. Creation and materialization as one, from ourselves, within ourselves.


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